Mon Jul 23 12:38:28 PDT 2007
the same set of 1501 Americans in March 2000 and March 2001. We asked
Internet users whether "spam" or unwanted email messages were problems for
them. 33% said "yes" in March 2000 and this rose to 44% in March 2001. Of
those who said spam was a problem, 68% in 3/00 said the spam was sales
solicitations; this increased to 78% in 3/01.
We also asked email users (in March 2001 only) if they receive unsolicited
email messages with adult content. 56% said they had, 20% saying they
receive such messages often.
Hope this helps,
John B. Horrigan, Ph.D.
Pew Internet and American Life Project
1100 Connecticut Ave, NW Suite 710
Washington, DC 20036
jhorrigan at pewinternet.org
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Friedman" <ken.friedman at bi.no>
To: <air-l at aoir.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:07 PM
Subject: [Air-l] research request: SPAM
> 2) Subject: REQUEST - Spam and opt-in/opt-out
> From: "mkorchia" <mkorchia at free.fr>
> Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 21:31:58 +0100
> Do you know if there is any published work about spam? Some research
> about why some companies do spam, or about how consumer perceive spam?
> (& more generally opt-in/opt-out)
> michael korchia mkorchia at free.fr
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